The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity seek to address the major global challenge of entrenched and growing inequality.
Inequality is not inevitable and a better, equitable world is possible. Equity can be achieved through bold, imaginative responses to unfair structures and systems, forged through collective action and aligned to values of fairness, care, and dignity.
The program is designed to critically engage fellows with global theories, practices, and contexts of social and economic inequality that will support them as social change leaders.
Atlantic Fellows are part of the next generation of practitioners and thinkers addressing the global challenge of inequalities.
All fellowships are fully funded, tailored to meet the time or financial needs of experienced professionals.
Up to 18 fellows annually, 9 per track
12-month non-residential program consisting of 5 weeks of courses and field visits, including a one-week course in Cape Town
12-month residential MSc program at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) as well as participating in the 5-week program above
Network Innovation Teams of 3 to 4 global researchers conducting intensive research and developing practical responses
Continued community, collaboration, and access to resources to support fellows and their work
Program staff based at the London School of Economics’ International Inequalities Institute.
Banner photo: Johnny Miller, Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity